Manchester United forward, Mason Greenwood, has told the club's manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, his preferred position at Old Trafford.
Greenwood admitted that he prefers to play as a centre-forward because he wants to be scoring goals.
The 20-year-old has broken into Solskjaer's first-team plans at Man United over the last two seasons.
Solskjaer has mainly played the England youngster on the right-wing.
"Long-term I want to be in that No.9 role, but if I play on the right or in that No.9 role wherever the manager picks me or tells me to play, I will go out there and do my best," Greenwood told Stadium Astro.
"I like it in both areas, there's no grey areas if I'm on the wing or upfront, they are basically the same for me I am going out there playing football with a smile on my face.
"I want to win a lot of trophies I want to be at United being the guy who is scoring all the goals at United. That's my dream since I have been a little kid really.
"To win a lot of silverware, that's another thing I want to do, and hopefully we can do that this season with the Europa League, but I just want to be the man scoring goals."